The city of Tempe's Family Advocacy Center aims to be open to serve the public on Jan. 1, 2023, according to city employees, a full year after it was initially expected to launch.
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A judge in a U.S. District Court in Texas blocked President Joe Biden's student loan relief program on Nov. 10, prompting frustration from students and alumni who were looking forward to debt forgiveness.
Katie Hobbs, Mark Kelly and other Arizona Democrats bested Republicans in a midterm election that was expected to bring a "red wave."
Dónde se encuentra actualmente el plan de alivio de la deuda estudiantil de Biden después del bloqueo del viernes
Un tribunal federal de apelaciones bloqueó temporalmente el viernes el programa de alivio de préstamos estudiantiles del presidente Joe Biden, pero el Departamento de Educación dijo que seguirá avanzando "a toda velocidad" en la cancelación de la deuda estudiantil.
A federal appeals court temporarily blocked President Joe Biden's student loan relief program on Friday, but the Department of Education said it will still move "full speed ahead" on student debt cancellation.
After the recent drama with governor candidates Kari Lake and Katie Hobbs over interviews to be aired on Arizona PBS, the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission has been put in the spotlight. The commission sits in a weird place in state politics, as a nonpartisan resource for candidates for public office and the general voter to participate in elections without corruption.
El martes el Departamento de Educación publicó una guía del Título IX enfatizando que los colegios y universidades deberian proteger a los estudiantes que están embarazadas, tienen un hijo o se sometieron a un aborto.
The Department of Education released Title IX guidance Tuesday emphasizing colleges and universities must protect students who are pregnant, have a child or had an abortion.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court of Arizona on Thursday to block the Biden administration's plans for student loan forgiveness, after threatening to sue at the beginning of September.
El Tribunal Superior del Condado de Pima dictaminó el viernes que el estado de Arizona puede volver a hacer cumplir la prohibición de casi todos los abortos, levantando una orden judicial de la década de 1970 que había bloqueado la prohibición durante casi 50 años. La única excepción, según el fallo, será para los casos en que corra riesgo la vida de una persona embarazada.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said in early September he's considering pursuing a lawsuit against the Biden administration to stop student loan forgiveness, but activists and other lawyers aren't confident the threats will come to fruition.
The Pima County Superior Court ruled Friday the state of Arizona can again enforce a ban on nearly all abortions, lifting a 1970s injunction that had blocked the ban for almost 50 years. The only exception, according to the ruling, will be for cases in which a pregnant person's life is at risk.
When Michael Crow became the 16th president of ASU in 2002, Neil Giuliano, former mayor of Tempe from 1994 to 2004, saw the immense impact Crow could have not only on the University, but on Tempe and Arizona as a whole.
President Joe Biden unveiled his administration's plan for student loan forgiveness Aug. 24, prompting a mixed reaction from current and former ASU students who have taken out loans to fund their education.
Undergraduate Student Government, University administrators and members of ASU's Women's Coalition are working slowly and separately to carry out the menstrual equity project and not communicating with each other on its progress.
Graduate students in ASU's School of Social Work have started a petition asking the University to terminate Sen. Kyrsten Sinema's teaching contract.
A club at ASU dedicated to the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank, is rebooting after a three-year hiatus.
NextGen America will target Arizona youth in its $32 million campaign to register voters ahead of elections in 2022, and Arizona organizers will concentrate their efforts at ASU in part because of the increase in young voter turnout in the 2020 elections.
After input from residents, the city of Tempe has divided its Climate Action Plan into four new agendas rather than two focus areas: business, youth, climate justice and neighborhoods. Each agenda has their own goals and staff dedicated to their subject.
Snapchat has launched a new Run for Office feature that young Arizona politicians hope will help inspire more of Generation Z to get involved in local government.